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|Also known as:||Jeri Lynn Ryan|
|Born:||February 22, 1968|
|Bra/cup size:||36D (80D)|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Weight:||134 lb (61 kg)|
 Early life
In 1989, Ryan was chosen Miss Illinois. She was the third runner-up in the 1990 Miss America Pageant, winning the preliminary swimsuit competition. She graduated from Northwestern in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre.
Jeri Ryan is known primarily for her roles in movies and television and came to fame as the ex-Borg Seven of Nine on Star Trek: Voyager. Ryan then moved onto the Fox series Boston Public, and then to the CBS's legal drama Shark. Her most recent work has been in the ABC drama Body of Proof.
 Personal life
In 1990, while dealing blackjack at a charity event, the actress met investment banker and future Republican political candidate Jack Ryan. The couple married on June 15, 1991, and had a son, Alex, on August 15, 1994. Throughout the marriage, they took turns commuting between Los Angeles and Chicago for their careers but divorced on August 27, 1999. Although Ryan mentioned in an interview for Star Trek that the frequent separations had been difficult for the marriage, the reasons for the divorce were kept sealed at their mutual request.
Ryan had at one point dated Star Trek: Voyager producer Brannon Braga. Between February and November 2000, they were stalked by Marlon Estacio Pagtakhan, who was convicted for harassment and threats in May 2001. According to Crime Stories, aired on the UK Crime channel on 05/07/2009, the stalker had letters stating that he was going to sexually assault Ryan and torture Braga.
When Jack Ryan's campaign for an open United States Senate seat in Illinois began in 2003, the Chicago Tribune newspaper and WLS-TV, the local ABC affiliate, sought to have his records released. Both Jeri and Jack agreed to make their divorce, but not custody, records public, saying their release could be harmful to their son.
On June 18, 2004, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Schnider agreed to release the custody files. The decision generated much controversy because it went against both parents' direct request and because it generally reversed the early decision to seal the papers in the best interest of the child. It was revealed that six years previously, Jeri had accused Jack Ryan of asking her to perform sexual acts with him in public, and in sex clubs in New York, New Orleans, and Paris. Jeri Ryan described one as "a bizarre club with cages, whips and other apparatus hanging from the ceiling." Jack Ryan denied these allegations. Although Jeri Ryan only made a brief statement, and she refused to comment on the matter during the campaign, the document disclosure led Jack Ryan to withdraw his candidacy; his main opponent, Barack Obama, then won the 2004 United States Senate election in Illinois.
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- ↑ Manekin, Michael. "'Star Trek' stalker may not be fit to stand trial", Oakland Tribune, August 24, 2007.
- ↑ "Cyberstalking garnering more serious response", USA Today, June 29, 2001.
- ↑ "Trek Beauty Terrified", Fox News, January 19, 2001.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Chase, John and Liam Ford (2004-06-22). Ryan file a bombshell: Ex-wife alleges GOP candidate took her to sex clubs. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved on 2011-10-20.
- ↑ Martinez, Michael and Rick Pearson (2004-06-18). Court sets release of Ryan's divorce file: Judge admits son will be harmed. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved on 2011-04-06.
- ↑ Zernike, Kate (2005-11-13). What Some Politicians Fear Most: The Ex-Wife. The New York Times. Retrieved on 2011-04-06.
- ↑ Kinzer, Stephen (2004-06-23). Illinois Senate Campaign Thrown Into Prurient Turmoil. The New York Times. Retrieved on 2011-04-06.
- ↑ Senate Race Sex Scandal. The Smoking Gun (June 22, 2004).
- ↑ Statement of Jeri Ryan. Los Angeles Times (2004-06-22). Retrieved on 2011-04-10.
- ↑ Napolitano, Jo (2004-07-30). National Briefing. The New York Times. Retrieved on 2011-04-06.
- ↑ Kinzer, Stephen (2004-06-26). Candidate, Under Pressure, Quits Senate Race in Illinois. The New York Times. Retrieved on 2011-04-10.
- ↑ Reynolds, Dean. "A Refresher on Obama's Senate Race", CBS News, December 28, 2007.